This course is located in Inman, SC and was constructed in 2016 from a design by Russell Schwarz of Innova Disc Golf. This is a 27 hole grip-it and rip-it course that contains multiple tee pads and plays between 9,690-10,320 feet. The course has moderate elevation change and a nice mix of woods, open space and water. This course requires lots of walking and is not recommended for beginners. Holston Creek Park is managed by the Spartanburg County Parks Department and also contains athletic fields, a playground, restrooms, picnic shelters, walking trails and a mountain bike course.
This course is located in Spartanburg, SC at Old Canaan Road Park and was constructed in 2015 from a design by Russell Schwarz of Innova Disc Golf. The course gets its name from the large gas pipeline that dissects a hilly and heavily wooded property. This is an 18 hole course that plays at a distance of 6,289 feet. Old Canaan Road Park is managed by the Spartanburg County Parks Department and also contains athletic fields, a playground, restrooms, outdoor fitness equipment and walking trails.
This disc golf course has 18 holes, which plays at a distance of 4604 ft. from the short tees and 7095’ from the longs. It has open holes with a lot of elevation changes, but most of the course is played through the woods. Shoally creek was recently reopened this year with some impressive course changes by Innovadisc golf. Harold Duval, the courses designer, has said it is one of the best in the state. There is still more coming with the course: a staircase on the steep 7th hole, more course signage, seeding, and landscaping.
The Spartanburg County Parks and Recreation Department features Disc Golf courses at several County Parks and locations:
– Holston Creek Park
– Shoally Creek at Va Du Mar Park
– Tyger River Park
– Pipeline at Old Canaan Road Park
– Century Park
– University of South Carolina Upstate
– Woodruff Leisure Center
The Moo course is located in Cowpens, SC at the Timken Community Center and was constructed in 2020. The course gets its name from the USS Cowpens, often referred to as the “Mighty Moo”. The Moo is a tight and technical wooded course that utilizes 10 tee pads to 18 baskets to make 18 holes. This course is managed by the Spartanburg County Parks Department in partnership with the Town of Cowpens. The Timken Community Center also offers a playground, fitness center, event space and computer lab.
This course is located between Reidville and Duncan, SC and was constructed in 2014 from a design by Russel Schwarz of Innova Disc Golf. This 18 hole course plays at a distance of 7,305 feet and provides a nice balance of wooded areas for technical shots and wide open areas to let one loose. Tyger River Park is managed by the Spartanburg County Parks Department and contains other amenities such as athletic fields, playgrounds, walking trails, outdoor fitness equipment and a splash pad.
Located in the fast-growing Boiling Springs community, the parks unusual name derives from the names of the families who donated land for park. The park currently contains three soccer fields, but four more will be added in 2014. The park also has 18-hole disc golf course, three tennis courts, a playground, and shaded picnic tables. The park will be the home Spartanburg Countys Northern Youth Association and will be used, in concert with other parks, to attract youth sports tournaments, including soccer, lacrosse and football.
This course is located in Woodruff, SC at the Woodruff Leisure Center and was constructed in 2017. This course is heavily wooded with moderate elevation change. The 18 hole course is fairly short and technical with multiple tee pads and a distance of 4,701-5,044 feet. This course is managed by the Spartanburg County Parks Department in partnership with the City of Woodruff. The Woodruff Leisure Center also offers a playground, gymnasium, indoor fitness center, event space, walking trails and outdoor fitness equipment.